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Fear The Walking Dead highlights how awful white people are

Fear The Walking Dead’s “cowboys vs. Indians” plotline has been fraught since it was introduced, because this isn’t a show that does nuance well. Unlike its predecessor, this spin-off is at its best when homing in on the Clark family and ignoring the larger “we’re the walking dead” human-on-human warring. The tighter…

Fear The Walking Dead bites off more than it can chew as things heat up

There’s a lot going on in the competent if slow “Red Dirt.” A little more than a third through this season, Madison and company have settled into the new location to face off against threats internal and external, none of them zombies. Madison once more shows off her ruthlessness, with her and Troy’s fully blossomed…

Fear The Walking Dead does right by its characters, even the ones you may have forgotten about

Last week, it wasn’t clear if Victor was having a premonition when Daniel Salazar, his “guardian angel,” gave him water as he sat locked in a cell. This week is dedicated solely to what happened to Daniel since the fire, where everyone assumes he died. I can’t say I was burning with curiosity about what may have…

Fear The Walking Dead course corrects with twisted kids in a new setting

Is this the same show as last week’s two-parter? “Teotwawki” is everything Fear The Walking Dead should be. There’s tension. There’s stakes. There’s a zombie head in a cage. It’s the strongest outing this lackluster spin-off has aired since its early first-season episodes, and it achieves this relative high by…

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